I love innovation like this! Here’s a packaging material that has been designed to conform to the shape of any object, saving costs as well as reducing the use of filler materials (which is often made of environmentally-damaging styrofoam).
It is designed by Patrick Sung and features triangulated perforations that allow it to bend around odd forms. This could also save on fuel for shipping, since all of that wasted box filler is eliminated. Sung has branded his concept the UPACKS (Universal Packaging System). Although it is not related to the shipping carrier United Parcel Service, the naming likeness could attract some attention for this waste reducing, “inside the box” packaging concept.